hist-games: Petteia and Latrunculi

Alex R. Kraaijeveld a.kraayeveld at ic.ac.uk
Fri Mar 5 09:02:03 PST 1999

Hi Gil, here are the references to the papers I mentioned:

Austin RG, 1934. Roman board games I. Greece and Rome 4: 24-34.
Austin RG, 1935. Roman board games II. Greece and Rome 4: 76-82.
Austin RG, 1940. Greek board games. Antiquity 14: 257-271.
Schaedler U, 1994. Latrunculi - ein verlorenes strategisches Brettspiel der
	published in: Homo ludens IV

When looking around myself in the past for info on these games on the
internet I came across a LOT that doesn't appear to have any kind of
historical basis ....

Cheers, Lex

Dr A.R. Kraaijeveld
NERC Centre for Population Biology
Imperial College at Silwood Park
Ascot, Berks. SL5 7PY
England, UK

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